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Don’t damn the ancients for failing to give women the vote

6 January 2018

9:00 AM

6 January 2018

9:00 AM

From The Spectator, 2 January 1847: The New Year opens for England with heavy clouds in the sky, but with no sunless horizon. Never did the country enter upon a year with more work to be done. Ireland alone presents a task without precedent: England has there to reorganize an old country… The progress of the new free-trade policy has to be looked after.

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